Wikiomics:Structural biology

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'''Structural biology''' is the science consisting in determining the 3D structure and dynamics of biological macromolecules, and relating them to their biological function.
'''Structural biology''' is the science consisting in determining the 3D structure and dynamics of biological macromolecules, and relating them to their biological function.
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The most widely used technique for determining 3D structures of proteins is [[X-ray crystallography]] (90%), followed by [[NMR]] (10%).
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The most widely used technique for determining 3D structures of proteins is [[Wikiomics:X-ray crystallography]] (90%), followed by [[Wikiomics:NMR]] (10%).
== See also ==
== See also ==
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* [[Protein Data Bank]]
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* [[Wikiomics:Protein Data Bank]]
== Further reading ==
== Further reading ==

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Structural biology is the science consisting in determining the 3D structure and dynamics of biological macromolecules, and relating them to their biological function.

The most widely used technique for determining 3D structures of proteins is Wikiomics:X-ray crystallography (90%), followed by Wikiomics:NMR (10%).

See also

Further reading

  1. Structural biology article at Wikipedia [wikipedia]
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